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Taking a look at Wyomissing vs. Fleetwood, Wilson vs. Exeter in BCIAA girls soccer semifinals

The teams with the two best records in Berks girls soccer face one final obstacle to a much-anticipated rematch.

In Tuesday’s BCIAA semifinals, second-seeded and defending champ Wyomissing (18-0) hosts fifth-seeded Fleetwood (11-7) at 4 p.m., and top-seeded Wilson (17-1-1) will play fifth-seeded Exeter (12-6) at 7 p.m. at West Lawn.

The winners will meet Thursday, site and time to be determined.

The Spartans and Bulldogs met in last year’s final, with Wyomissing winning 1-0 for its first county championship in 16 years.

Berks III champ Wyomissing advanced with a 2-0 quarterfinal win over Tulpehocken. Izzy Marshall and Sophia Zeppos had goals; Hannah Hurleman had two assists.

Fleetwood, the Berks II runner-up, beat Gov. Mifflin 3-2 in the quarters. Bridgette Daczewitz and Madison Herb each had a goal and an assist.

The Spartans lost Berks Player of the Year Abby Doyle, now at Army, from last year’s team, but they haven’t missed a beat. They have outscored their opponents 86-14.

Hurleman leads the team and is second in the county in scoring with 27 goals and 12 assists for 66 points. Marshall has 19 goals and 11 assists, Zeppos 15 goals and 10 assists, Cadi Hoke six goals and six assists, and Abby Noey six goals and three assists.

Leilah Sallee leads the Berks II runner-up Tigers in scoring with 23 goals and five assists. Daczewitz has 11 goals and five assists, Chanel Hercules eight goals and an assist, and Madison Herb five goals and four assists.

Fleetwood is looking to get back to the final for the third time in the last four years; the Tigers lost to Wilson in the title game in 2018 and ’19.

Berks I champ Wilson defeated Kutztown 6-1 in the quarterfinals. Natalee Vicari had two goals and an assist and Elizabeth Estrada two assists.

Like the Spartans, the Bulldogs have rolled this season, outscoring their opposition 86-15.

Vicari leads the county in scoring with 28 goals and 13 assists for 69 points. Estrada has 11 goals and 20 assists.

Also registering double-digit points are Keira Levengood (nine goals, six assists), Macy McDonough (nine goals, three assists), Lily McCausland (six goals, three assists), Emma Gehret (four goals, two assists), and Alexa Kairis (five goals).

Berks I runner-up Exeter reached the quarterfinals for the first time since 2005 with its 5-2 win over Daniel Boone as Julianna Minner scored two goals.

The Eagles are led by Taylor Mentzer (17 goals, 13 assists) and Marina Messner (17 goals, eight assists). Minner has six goals and two assists, Lauren Bowers four goals and four assists, and Alyssa Himmelreich four goals and three assists.

Wilson has beaten Exeter 3-1 and 4-0 in its two regular season meetings this season.


Source: Berkshire mont

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